Grateful Dead Live at Civic Arena on 1987-07-06
- Grateful Dead
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- Pittsburgh, PA
- Civic Arena
Subject: Truly tremendous !!!
Subject: My First Show, too
What a way to get on the bus. This is the best AUD I've heard of this show - I would kill for a SBD copy if anyone has a line on it!
Subject: the hottest show i everwas at !
any one remember? shhaazzzaaammmmm!!!!!!!!
the show of 87, my personal best of all i saw 4/3/86- fall philly shows in 88.
excellent live recording, this seems 2 have BEST audience cheer&singin >check early aiko u HEAR the crowd sing along, still has warmest bass with speakers or headphones, this really "bottled" the live sound to share with non deadheads, the balance between the band & singing-a-long is the BEST i ever heard, plus i was there i saw the lightnin bolt strike !!!!!!!!!!
would love to hear a hybird mix with some soundboard if ever poosible.
such "live" presence, a great recording to turn people on to what they missed ! email@example.com
Subject: Dylanesque amendem
I think the IDEA of having dylan with the GD on stage was quite different than the EXPERIENCE of those stadium shows.
Anyway, great first set. But the second set is when things get cooking.
Shakedown->samson??? Hot!!! Probably the best of this year and at least remniscent of '85 (not quite there, however).
iko->day-o->women. Heaven's Door out of space (speaking of Mr Dylan) was a gem. Bob brings us up and dancing again with Good Lovin'.
Johnny was the only way to cash out - can you imagine Brokedown or BMR after Heaven's Door?? Me Neither.
4 and 1/2 stars
Subject: I was there
Subject: Totally excellent 2nd Set!
Subject: Awwwwwesommmmme Show
The Shakedown is awesome, listen for Jerry's skat singing. And there wasn't a dry eye in the place after the Knocking on Heaven's door.
Subject: awesome show!!!!
truely grateful to get a decent recording of one of my
favorite shows thank you!!!!! download now if you are
a fan of brent and 1980's shows
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